THE top two clubs in the Kernow Stone St Piran League premier division clashed at Vogue Park on Saturday where leaders Mousehole Development and St Day battled out a 2-2 draw.

St Agnes put up a terrific fight against Porthleven to earn a 2-2 draw, but the point was enough for the Fishermen to leapfrog Illogan RBL into third place who were without a game. Fraser Paterson and Lewis Hall scored for Port.

Falmouth Town Reserves pulled off a 3-2 win at Perranwell with two goals from Charlie Edney and an own goal. The home side scored through Chris Madeley and Ketan Cooper.

Pendeen Rovers’ form has certainly picked up as they enjoyed a 2-1 win at Mullion Reserves after scoring through Jack Ralph and Doug Howard. Dan Stidwell scored for Mullion.

St Just are also getting to grips with life in the top division with a hard-earned 3-2 win against Redruth United. Dan Bowman and David Mitchell had United’s goals.

Hayle had an emphatic 5-1 win over Penryn Athletic and Helston Development 1 came out on top in their local derby with Wendron United Reserves by winning 3-0 after netting goals through Kai Cornish (2) and Jude Tripconey.

Praze-an-Beeble are the new leaders In division one after they defeated Wendron United III 3-1 after they scored through Luke Carroll (2) and Harry Badcock. United’s goal came from Zach Alexander.

West Cornwall had an excellent 4-2 win away to Camborne SoM after George Brown and Robertas Sumnauskas both grabbed a brace of goals. Edward Swain and Alex Osmond had the students’ goals.

RNAS Culdrose proved they are to be reckoned with this season after notching another 2-1 win away to Threemilestone after scoring through Braden Danaher and Jamie Thirkle.

Hayle Reserves played some excellent football despite being on the end of a 6-2 defeat at Mawnan. Freddie Christophers (2), Pete Cortis, Ben Harris, Dom Pullen and Luke Wort scored for Mawnan with Josh Bevis and Mark Strick replying for Hayle.

Ludgvan and St Day Reserves played out a 0-0 draw.

In the Evely Cup St Ives Town needed extra time to dispose of Redruth United Reserves 3-1 after scoring through Max Clymo, Tom Morris and Oakley Clary brom.